With a wolf adoption you’ll be helping one of nature’s most besieged canines!
Red Wolves may have gained a foothold in the wild, but the support of the public is desperately needed to ensure its survival. One way you can help is by joining the Red Wolf Coalition, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting red wolf recovery through education, outreach, and research.
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Between the years 1850 and 1900 more than a million wolves were killed. Then in 1907 the call was given for the total extinction of the species. The wolf has been part of the earth’s natural balance for thousands and thousands of years…yet in the space of just 100 years man, through ignorance and contempt, has almost destroyed these creatures forever.
Save the Wolves was created to aid in the conservation, public education, protection and survival of wolves worldwide. Wolves are the most misunderstood and persecuted animals on this earth. It is our mission to show people the true aura of the wolf and show them that we can live together peacefully with wolves. We as humans have the power to save these majestic breathtaking animals. Let not these animals become something of the past.
“If all the beasts were gone, men would die from a great loneliness of spirit, for whatever happens to the beasts also happens to the man. All things are connected. Whatever befalls the Earth befalls the sons of the Earth.” Chief Seattle of the Suwamish Tribe.
Sign the Petition to end the immoral practices of Attila the Hun!
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Help Save Alaska's Wolves
Alaska's wolves won a temporary reprieve when a state court recently ruled against aerial gunning. But the Alaska's Board of Game has already taken action to reverse the court's decision and is determined to reinstate the aerial gunning program as soon as possible.
Aerial gunning is a brutal practice. Marksmen can gun down wolves from the air that are easy targets against the fallen snow. Or they can run the wolves to exhaustion, then land and shoot them at point blank range.
Save Norway's Wolves!!
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Wolves of Norway are near extinction. One family survives. We ask the government of Norway to protect these few remaining wolves and to allow a viable population to develop within carefully monitored wolf sanctuaries in Norways national parks.
Red Wolf Recovery
The red wolf, a smaller and more slender cousin of the timber wolf, originally roamed throughout the eastern United States as far north as Pennsylvania and as far west as central Texas. Like the timber wolf, the red wolf was persecuted relentlessly by people who mistakenly believed it posed a threat to livestock and humans.Under the guise of "predator control," farmers, ranchers and hunters shot, trapped, poisoned and clubbed to death these cinnamon-colored canids. By 1967, the red wolf was considered an endangered species.
In an effort to prevent the red wolf’s final demise, the remaining red wolves, which numbered fewer than 20. These animals were successfully bred in captivity and their numbers increased steadily over the years. Although declared extinct in the wild in 1980, there were enough captive animals by 1987 to begin a reintroduction program to return them to their rightful place in the wild.
Today, approximately 100 wild red wolves roam more than 1.5 million acres within northeastern North Carolina. The recovery population goals outlined in the Red Wolf Recovery/Species Survival Plan call for the establishment of 220 red wolves in the wild and 330 in captivity along with the establishment and maintenance of at least three reintroduction projects within the historic range of the red wolf.
Click here for the Red Wolf Sanctuary website.
Click here for The Red Wolf Coalition Website
During the past two centuries, more and more people have spread out across the world. Wolves need especially large, wild areas to live in, with plenty of food. Today, loss of living space is a major problem. People have taken over what used to be wild spaces, and less wild space means fewer wolves.
People's misconceptions and misunderstandings of wolves have increased their hate and fear of the animal, leading to the attempt to rid the world of wolves, including the passage of laws that encouraged people to kill large numbers of wolves throughout America, Europe, and Asia. Today, the wolf is classified as an endangered species in many parts of the world.
Everywhere the Wolf Population decreases. Help Save the Wolves from Extinction!!!
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